Caleb Elliott

Everything, Everywhere, All at Once
Boys Tennis, Features, Sports

Everything, Everywhere, All at Once

By Caleb Elliott The evening ride home feels like an eternity. Lights fill up the darkness of the road and lead the way home. “9:00 p.m.” flashes on the car’s dashboard. This may seem as a familiarity to some students, but for senior Owen Vest this is a common occurrence. Vest is like most student…

The Life of Tilmon Clark
Features, Sports

The Life of Tilmon Clark

By Caleb Elliott Family, friends and classmates are what you would probably consider a fan of high school athletics. More likely than not they go to a sporting event to cheer on a specific player rather than the team as a whole. But, for high school athletic directors, they are the team’s biggest fans. In…

Old Dogs Learning New Tricks
Academics

Old Dogs Learning New Tricks

By Caleb Elliott and Gaige Winchester Becoming acclimated with retirement isn’t always easy. Most find a hobby or spend more time with family or friends.  Mr. Todd Trehearne and Mr. Kip Omstead, two retired teachers from Delta High School, were trying to do just this when they received a familiar phone call. This phone call…

Friends Till the End
Features, Seniors

Friends Till the End

By Caleb Elliott Friendships are one of the things that make high school special. They can last for years and can reach over thousands of miles. For seniors Brenden Mead and Kaleb Rhonemus, the separation in college won’t be anything new.  While they were in seventh grade, Mead moved to James Madison High School in…

It’s a Piece of Cake
Features, Seniors

It’s a Piece of Cake

By Caleb Elliott Dozens of filthy dishes fill the sink. Residue from different ingredients clutter on the countertops. Timers ring and alarms beep. For some this chaos may not be settling to them, but for senior Elaine Hardman this is her getaway.  Hardman is like most seniors, enjoying her time in school, passing classes, and…

Dancing for Those Who Can’t
Breaking, News

Dancing for Those Who Can’t

By Caleb Elliott Why on earth would students attend a dance from 6 p.m. to midnight on a Friday night? That is probably the question many students would ask when they first hear about Riley Dance Marathon.  However, what many students don’t know is that this event is more than just a dance. Riley Dance…

Morris Duo Looks to Continue Success
Baseball, Football, Sports, Volleyball

Morris Duo Looks to Continue Success

By Caleb Elliott Sibling rivalries are common in most athletic families. Who can win the most awards, have the most points, win more games. The goal is to always outdo the other sibling. For senior Ben Morris and sophomore Olivia Morris, competing and playing at the highest level is all they know. Ben and Olivia…

It’s Time for the Eagles to Move On
Sports

It’s Time for the Eagles to Move On

This article is commentary by junior Caleb Elliott, who plays football, basketball and baseball.  The opinion expressed in this article is not necessarily the opinion of Delta High School or the Eagle’s Eye magazine.   By Caleb Elliott Eight schools. Twenty sports. Over 2,000 student athletes. These are the numbers that make up the Hoosier…

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